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I have a 2007 Subaru Liberty GT with a McIntosh stereo system. It has an auxiliary setting but does not have an auxiliary input jack. I want to be able to play music from my iPhone through the McIntosh car audio system. I've tried a Belkin tuner but this does not integrate well with the phone functions. Is there any way of wiring in an auxiliary input to the car stereo?

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Yes that should work for you, you just need a cable that will convert the mini-stereo jack of the mp3 player to an RCA jack if the aux input is an RCA input. If it is the same 3.5mm size then you only need a 3.5 mm male to 3.5 mm make cable. Make sure when you first plug it in, the mp3 player volume is turned down low and you can adjust it higher after the is working for you. You don't want to input too big of a signal into the car stereo at first. then you should adjust it so that it is about the same volume as the radio is at. You don't want to blow up the amp ic in the radio or the pre-amp ic for the aux input.

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Enable the auxillary in the menu system.
Here's ->LINK-< a manual to show you how.

Plug something like an Ipod in and away you go.

Regards

Philip

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